Express it exactly as you have:The degree earned, the name and location of the school, and when it was earned. Some will debate about including the date earned, but most applications ask for it.
When a CV/resume is used across international borders it is likely that the person reading the CV doesn't have a clue about the quality of the school or the quality of the exact program. It is even true if the degree is earned in the same country.
Frequently the person reading that part of the CV is trying to ascertain if the you have the equivalent of a bachelors, masters or doctorate.
Regarding the the term Information technology or Software development: Even in the US these terms have no specific meaning. I have seen US high schools put all programming classes under the Math department, the Business department, or group them with all computer classes under an IT department.
Some US colleges have IT majors and Computer Programing and Software Engineering with great overlaps between the classes. The big difference may be in the amount of math required, and that can't be determined by the title.